How to Look After Strawberries

Strawberries are awesome plants; they’re simple to grow, fruit easily and propagate with little effort. The hardest part is probably keeping pests like slug and snails away from those yummy berries! If you want to maximise your crop, you need to do a little work at the end of the fruiting season. Older plants may need throwing out, debris needs to be cut and tidied away and the runners can be planted to create lots of new strawberries.

The latest Brimwood Farm video shows you just what to do. And even though my vertical strawberry patch is tiny, the same rules apply even if you have a monster strawberry field.
 

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